Bfl Mm BNmw. J" o( the bridegroom.
vv i at ni Mrs ii utau m .
ni.iiK nN married it five 0
clock Saturday afternoon , t the
vallace Baptist church
The ceremony was conducted by
Dr E. Eugene Poston. assisted by
the Rev. Kennlt R. Wheeler, min
ister of Wallace Methodist Church.
Nuptial music was given by Mar
vin Bracklin. organist
Escorted by her brother, Ros
coe Gordon Teachey, the bride
wore a gown with a short train of
Chantllly lace over satin. The Il
lusion yoke was outlined with an
off-shoulder ruffle of lace with
beads and pearls. Down the center
front of the skirt was a nylon net
accordian-pleated godet Her fin
gertip illusion veil was attached to
a cap of lace and satin. She car
ried a cascade bouquet of orchid.
fleur d amour ana stepuanuua
They wore dresses of pink nylon
net with lace fichus, the skirts of
which had nylon net accordian
nimtMi eodeta. Their flowers were
pink magic roses. "
me onoegroum a uea. wifiii wu
hi. father. Ushers were Houston V.
niair hi Wallace, brother of the
bridegroom; David A. Hawley, Jr.,
4 hi oh Point cousin of the bride:
n T. Wells. Jr.. D. D. of
Wallace. - -
' rh tirMa'a mother wore a sown
of sapphire blue lace The bride
groom's mother wore black lace
over Wedgewood blue satin. - .
: immriiatlv followina the cere-
mnnv the bride's mother enter
tained at a reception at the Amer
ican Lgion nome. . .
The bride attended Meredith
College and is an alumnae of the
FOR THAT CRISP. COOL
It ., , . M . . . IS. 'Ml I
Lv La Val
Three members of Duplin Soc- Shows C Wednesuy they ludged
i -TnSr t Thomson Mrs. Ed-at Klnston, Thursday' w Clinton,
a nr Mo- and at Wrightsvllle Beach on Fri-
win Awcit wra , i .
Nelll have been appointed Judges day.
at several eastern larouna iwwi
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Ml" Ana JUTS. VF. VI. ruiuipa v, ajvs. v. . - . -
Grwnsboro, wnounce the engage-) Hunter Air; Force Base, Savannan,
ment of tneir aausnter, wi
t - t. un William Turner Best.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Best of
Warsaw, Sr. The wedding is plan
ned for June. v
ui Phllllna :i graduated from
Wallace High School and is now a
junior at Woman's vouege, weeu-
hwA Mr. neai is buuuucv i
Miss Hearn Becomes Bride 01 Raymond
Kelly In Home Ceremony At Teschey
in a mmiMiv at the Home 01
u. iili . In Taachev Anril 23
Miss Hilda Hearn of Fort Bragg be
came the bride of Raymond jame
Kelly of Rochester. N. Y. The Rev.
Wade H. Allison officiated for the
7 o'clock ceremony, and served as
aninist. acromnanied by Mrs. C. C.
Carr, pianist -
, The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Hildreth Hearn
of Teachey. The bridegroom Is the
nn of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Kelly
Wearing a white wool suit witn
bolero Jacket and light blue acces
sories, the bride carried a white
Bible topped with two showered or
Ch oiaa attainted bv her SlStCr.
Mrs. Herbert Tucker, as matron of
honor, who wore a aress 01 natural
tissue crepe with navy hat, and car
ried a nosegay of pink carnations.
jtoat man u Walden M. Hearn
nf .Tarksnnvllle. ' brother of the
Mrs. Heart, mother of the bride,
wore a navy areas wiin wnue
sories and white carnation corsage.
A imJnila t Wallace HiSh
School and the School of Nursing
of James Walker Memorial Hospi
tal Wilmington, the bride also at
tended Montreat College. - Until
her marriage she was employed ai
General Hospital, Fort Bragg.
The bridegroom is a graduate 01
Rochester High School. , On re
turning from Korea after serving
with the Armed Forces xor
vears. he received his dlscnarge m
March. - t
After a reception In' the home,
the couple left for a wedding trip
to Niagara Falls, after which they
will be at home In Rochester. ( -
Ovr four hundted ini!i..-t-s .
County society have b-en
v d to the fifteenth w.
...siersary party of Mr. and
aurice Brinson to be heli0"
undav. May 11 from 7 to 0 PJM. at
..... il - kmnnO flllHC VOO
wlU help serve are Mrs, Wiley
Boothe, Mrs. Jaca.
Amos Brinson, Mrs. Wlllard Brin
son. Mrs. Percy annum wiuj
ford Aldridge, Mrs. Thelma Stroud,
the Misses Grace Carter, Anne
Mrs. Mildleton's Music Pupils Allend
State Music Convention In Vilmingfon
Little ahlnlna rlace accent slim strip of leath
er across your . vamp for the coolest Uttle
aummer aandei yet A strap twines high about
the ankle foe added smartness White leather
and turquoise leather. Only
DEPAROIT STOM ,
Reception Honoring Duplin Society
Brides Given Wallace Community Bldg.
No Spring Bonnet
A current weatner lorecasi miKiii ru v . . ...... .F.. -
Wed by small boys playing baseball." Mothers know that baseball play
ers have big appetites and need a healthful lunch to restore lost energy.
wnen your young spurisiucu t;vin- 9 , , , . 7 ' j
them a wholesome, nutritious lunch of ham-cheese club sandwiches mad
with enriched bread, plus milk, deviled egg, tomatoes or fruit, and deli-.
cious bakers' pie. It's a winning team that's hearty and satisfying. : . .
Ham-Cheese Club Slndwich
.' 8 slices whole wheat bread 4 slices boiled ham OT bologn ,
4 4 slice enriched bread slices American or Swiss .
M, cup soft butter or margarine cheese
, Spread bread with butter. Place 1 slic of ham on aeh of 4 slices of
whole wheat bread and cover each with 1 e.tthSat
each sandwich with 1 slice of cheese and another slice of whole wheat,
Yield: 4 Ham-Cheese two sanawicnea.
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r;...ioa, Kaacy Miller and Gall
iM.ni.rii. iVim nnlsnnnus haloge
ton plantkills some sheep and cat
tle in areas where It grow4.tn.ser'
conditions. . discouraging ,to roost
plants, tt Is not considered a pos
sible pest in numio regiuua
of strong graes growth, according
to the U. S. Department of Agri-
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f -l I ' i.v'a a x'A ah
Mn n M. Browder. Mrs. WU-
Uam H. Browder. Mrs. Allen Boney
and Miss Eleanor Boney entertain
ed nearly two hundred guests at
the Community Biag. in
Wednesday nlgnt. Tne guesis wb
..l..l at rha dnnr bv Mrs. R. M.
Browder and Mrs. Allen Boney In
troduced tnem to xne ormeB-cio-s
Miss Elizabeth Teaoney winnw "u
.1 . . n. cwn iTlnlr was an
event of Saturday; Miss Rachel Hall
who Is to be married iu mi-.
... m Miv 2!( and Miss
1UVUU J n
Jeanne Gurganus who will wed Z.
W. Frazell in tne eariy sumiu
na.. rMMM,nitv ; TliiHdintf was
I IIB iuuM.aw."
.warmtnsiv decorated with cand-
miniature ' canoeiaoras uu wu
n,hu. rihhon served as favors at
each of the tables, v
Helulng receive were Mrs. Amos
n-i-ut., f KMiansvllle. Mrs. Ed
ward Johnston. Mrs. Jimmle John-
am .nil aura I .rmrirrs ruiiw u
viiim Those who were serv-
" . V D TraM Miaa MST-
a were ". ' r o
guet W Uttm ana
lace of Kenansviue,
u r. T. Owens of
inntaiti V. C. and Mrs. Gene
Browder of wauace.
, aa mi nm nunch
howl and Mrs. R. W. Powers served
Ar refreshments, three pro-
nt hHrise were Dlayea.
and canasta. High score for tne
bridge play was won y Mrs. ara
Glasgow second mbu ujt "
M. Sandpiper. The canasxa ninn
score was won oy Mrs.
vld, and second high by Miss rran-
. t.. Taha.i Hall received silver
n w nattern and Miss Jeanne Gur-
..n... and Mrs. Blair were given
gifts of crystal. , .
mmw 4-Uaaa mtisl sfllrfAlltS Of
Mrs. W. J. Mlddleton Jr.s attendea
the,State Jr. Music convention max
was held in Wilmington on May 3.
Mrs. Mlddleton Is State Junior
counselor. ' '
The students attending were me
following: titch Hule, Drew Grice.
Lynn Leach. Judy Rollins, Carol
1 Bears, Ann Straughon, Lib WW,
Lillle-Mae Pnmps, koss usnwi,
Betty PhiUps, Patsy Kornegay, Ma
rie Brock, Patsy Jo . Smith, Sue
Whittle, Sheioy. Jean jonea, nuu
Woodward, Margone uvu, .u
n..ttA nail Nowton. Svlvla
I Gooding, Angela Daughtry and Sat
ipii.M .ii.niAra were averniKiu
aiiosta the homes of the Wil
mington Music Juniors. . ,
Betty Philips was eiecieo vumui
SUte president. She wlU preside
over a portion of the Junior meet
ing in unarioue next yeai.
smithf laid Ik vice-nresi
jni ami Janeiie Jones of Weaver-
ville was elected as secretary.
The prizes and awards won were
iinnin. 1 YaarhooK Dnzes
First Place B. Sharp, Musical art
club of Hign ifoint. Dmiiu vi.
C.1l.l.m -II- MiiKle Club of Sal-
lsbury. Third Place Warsaw Jun
ior MUSiC C1UD. BCrapoooa. yiua
for individual scrapbook First
place. First place-nNancy Love
of Wertfors. Second place vie
Shuffors of Hickory, xmra pure
Anne Love of Hertford. For elttb
.,nWli 1Flra4 nTant Mozart JUU-
ior Music club of Greensboro. Sec
ond place Melody Maters 01 me
kory. Third place To the War
saw Music Club, Warsaw; y
Mrs. Maurice jtionigmon m w-
tonla gave a five dollar award lor
h. mn- nntatanrilne Junior music
club in the state ana tne Warsaw
junior music club won the awara.
me senior cuius i m .
.nMn Aitrnt obvb a five dollar
prize to the club with the highest
rating in tne aisiricx. m
. Jr Music Club won this dis
tinguished award too.
nni i vwnnn rA I.TB Pra
testing that they could not afford
new Easter outfit because of his
taxes, Gerry Canon, (L) and hd
dred Heredeen. (R). show the Eaa.
ter card they sent Robert L. Doogh
ton, chairman of the House War
end Means Committee. The girl m
members of the new orgwisation
for working girl called "Whit Cm
lar Girl. U.SX.".
University of South Carolina. Hei
. u an alumnus of the Unl
Ulioiwiiu . - . .
versity of Maryland School of Med
im . v,bAAi trio. Dr. and
.v' . .
Mrs. Blair will be at nome m Wal
In Recital ,
seented her pupils in a piano and
voice recital Tuesday, May 8. at
A.st ha 'warssw iiiku dvuvvi
Auditorium. The large enc;
... nthnalaatle abOUt the
varied program, and applauded all
UlJI WUJiu-. .
m.. ..jni in tnla lmnres-
ia ltal were as follows: bue
... .1 . v ni,. riid taklns lures only.
Tirui.ia juaii wia. L.iiiua xvajrc - .,
all dav Sunday untu tour p. m
when a heavy run of blues con
tinued until six pjn.
A record early May crowd esti-
mt olnaa in ttm thOUSSnd
took advantage of meat Etunuay
u. a- thmna tha boardwalk
RHUK1 w -
and beach here today. Mercnanw
j iwa4 h Sundav Invasion to
b .v na nvamitiva Secretary of
the Chamber of Commerce, as the
i largest crowd ever to move-m
hMMi an aariv in m hhvw
Amusement concessions and rides
I did a mid-summer business from
u..i. iitai m intit tne mam
Thousands availed themselves of
the beautiful sunny weatner to get
their first coat of tan. .
niaia nf entuses rooa aavan-
i. tha. nwathAr to air out then
-ieotUges and prepare for summer
occupancy. - ..
The amusement center Is open
and in full swing over the week-
nria Murine? Mav. Housing ac
comodations are available through
out the week for those who desire
t taVa a nniet restful vacation.
There Is "Fun for You to 62" at
Barr, Charles Lockamy. Leitna
Bernett, - ioyce nrasweii, mmij
West, Anne Straughn, Johnny
Smith. Sylvia Gooding, Drew
Grice, Marie Brock, Litch Hule.
Sandra juancnaro, Ann ni.,
a. aa . aT " Vf llll aa
Ruth oyrui Ullie ' mae ruiuipa,
Tnu... rtanshtrv T.lmvelvn Lanl-
aviuuiv o" . J , T r.
ston, Jtessie uaroara ounuid m
wat . Mariorie David. Judy Rol
lins, Lynn Vetch, Thelma Swanson,
r.... vaniMn . Pesev ..Torrans.
Doris Siancnaro, ney
Jones, Joyce Whittle. Joyce Ann
Jones, Mary Parker, Gail Newton,
Betty Phillips., Annette Boyette,
Ross uarner, Angeia uiusuut wu
Miss Sally Newton, xnere was auu
a reading by Patsy Jo Smith. ,
Mighty good luck was enjoyed
v. a.hMmM . f mm , 4wntral and
...fn Wnt4h f.arnllna who. were
trMntt their analing skill from
the Carolina Beach fishing pier this
past weak ena.
Fishermen from all over North
r.n.iim ami aHlnlnlntf atates haul
ed in a. plentiful supply of fish
ni.11. nahina fmm the Carolina
Beach fishing pier, according to
Dsn ' Holt, genial manager 01 tne
pier. He also advises all fisher
man tit ha nr and brinff their
bait - casting rods and reals as the
Oorglanaa sfceer coHon voile with the
initials "SW (for "Sure Winner ') fonnlnff
. a subtle print paitern. ShirrcxI panel
" yoke an! eaiffs are accented with buttons ,
at brilliant. Colossi Beige. Orey. Whit or Blue.
A, Brooks, Inc
WARSAW'S LEAPING DEP'T.-STORB
Phrvaanthemums mav : live for
several years in one location, but
they are usually best the first year,
say State College norticuKumir
rClier tlie fineit i4oclaiiii--tot thf O
incgt Motter in tke -world .
Xrwy 4ay-pecUny Mother's Day-Ae d-a-rre
' Archer, the ttockinsa ah love, In abeemei ,, ,',
for ararr accaaion, beaaUfol Archw .locking ar : c
- knitted to proporUoa for pcriact all fit. Order bf
foot siae-aod foi- leg aia b by the aae white
Nelioe at the topi 4 Ndioaa. TRIM far petite
or aUat leg; S NeUnes, TWEEN-far typical or modal r
leas; Nelinaa. TAPER fa taB or fnBar lags, '
A rdT Stodtuu Ur aaarr
FRES GIFT WRAPPING
lVIany Other Fine Gifts In Our ,
: LADIES STORE
Tcr A Wcaicrf d Mother
. . , To de all the Utile thine that make aa
happy and keep aa well.
m akes the kitchen enteU so gee She's
the beat BMther la the world and she levee
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. arfta a weu-eheeea eifi. f., ,. . .. s,..
You Wilt Find Literally Hundreds 01
Wonderful Gifts For Mother In Oar
Store. Don't Wait Til The Last Minute.
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... and will be received
ecstatically by your fsverte
HarchosOT psttern Is ,' ...
registered here. Ut us show
you exquisite pieces that
aha would love to add to
her newhr started collection. (
A single prfct Towtt
tesspoon can cost as little at
$3.70, a wnoie luxurious
place setting of tlx pieces
as little at $29.75
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